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Refurbished Grade A1 Asus EeePC 1025CE 1GB 320GB 10.1 inch Netbook in Purple - A1/1025CEPUR045S
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Refurbished Grade A1 Asus EeePC 1025CE 1GB 320GB 10.1 inch Netbook in Purple
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Grade A1 - As New

Expect excellent performance wherever you take your netbook with the Asus 1025CE Netbook in a gorgeous purple colour.

Fantastic Atom processing

You can be sure of excellent processing with the Intel® Atom™ N2800 that provides you with 1.86 GHz processing and the Genuine Windows 7 Starter operating system, so you'll always enjoy the best in computing.

There's also 1 GB of RAM and a 320 GB hard drive that provides plenty of room for you to store everything you need, whether it's all your favourite tunes, videos or documents that you need to take everywhere with you.

With Instant On technology, the 1025CE can resume from sleep mode within 2 seconds, so you can get one with what you need to do within no time at all.

Vibrant vision

With a 10.1" LCD screen, you can enjoy fantastic vision, supported by the Intel® MN10 graphics card that provides you with brilliant graphics. You can also enjoy your multimedia in Full HD with the HDMI connection.

All day computing on the go

With a 12 hour battery life, you can enjoy all day computing wherever you go. The processor's low power consumption helps to keep the 1025CE going for longer without needing to recharge.

You can take everything you need wherever you go with the stylish and feature-packed Asus 1025CE Netbook.

  • Other Product Codes for this item:
  • A-1/1025CEPUR045S
  • 1 1025CEPUR045S
  • A1 1025CEPUR045
  • A11025CEPUR045S
  • A1 1025CEPUR04

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